Family Building for Lesbians

lesbian Moms hiking with baby

Lesbian couples have chosen RSC New England for help becoming pregnant for 25 years.

 

Successful pregnancy for lesbian couples through assisted reproductive technologies depends on many factors including the health and fertility of donor sperm, the lesbian partner providing her eggs and the partner who will carry the pregnancy and give birth. The skill and experience of the reproductive endocrinologist and embryologist facilitating the process are also very important for success. RSC Medical Director, Dr. Samuel Pang has been helping same-sex couples become parents for 20 years. He is highly recognized for his reproductive medicine expertise, and is a member of the gay community. For women who prefer a female provider, three out of six staff physicians are women. (Reciprocal IVF, however, is only provided by Dr. Pang at our Lexington, Massachusetts IVF center.)

The Scientific and Laboratory Director at RSC is Kathryn J. Go, PhD, a reproductive biologist who is also nationally recognized. Furthermore, the Reproductive Science Center has one of the most advanced embryology laboratories in the northeast.

The Reproductive Science Center of New England has a highly professional third party reproductive services team that meets the highest standards and criteria set by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. All patients who undergo assisted reproductive technology treatment with donor eggs, gestational surrogacy or Reciprocal IVF are managed by Dr. Samuel Pang, who has led this team for the past 15 years.

A number of assisted reproductive options are available and explained on this website.

Family Building for Lesbians
Lesbian couples have chosen RSC New England for help becoming pregnant for 25 years.